Advances in Catalysis

The editors of and contributors to Advances in Catalysis are dedicated to recording progress in this area. This volume contains cumulative subject and author indexes and tables of contents for volumes 1-42.


Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780120078431

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 202

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Since 1948, this series has bridged the gap between the papers that report and the textbooks that teach in the diverse areas of catalysis research. The editors of and contributors to Advances in Catalysis are dedicated to recording progress in this area. This volume contains cumulative subject and author indexes and tables of contents for volumes 1-42.

Advances in Catalysis

Cumulative Subject and Author Indexes and Tables of Contents for Volumes 1-42. ADVANCES IN CATALYSIS Volume 43 Werner О. Haag ADVANCES IN CATALYSIS VOLUME ...


Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780080565477

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 202

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Since 1948, this series has bridged the gap between the papers that report and the textbooks that teach in the diverse areas of catalysis research. The editors of and contributors to Advances in Catalysis are dedicated to recording progress in this area. This volume contains cumulative subject and author indexes and tables of contents for volumes 1-42.

Advances in Catalysis

Pd-based bimetallic catalysts 3.1 PdAg catalysts 3.2 PdAu catalysts 3.3 PdCu ... 7.2 Other bimetallic systems 43 43 44 Advances in Catalysis, Volume 64 ISSN ...

Author: Chunshan Song

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0128171006

Category: Science

Page: 216

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Advances in Catalysis, Volume 64, fills the gap between journal papers and textbooks across the diverse areas of catalysis research. For more than 60 years, this series has dedicated itself to record and present the latest progress in the field of catalysis, thus providing the scientific community with comprehensive and authoritative reviews. This series is an invaluable and comprehensive resource for chemical engineers and chemists working in the field of catalysis in both academia and industry. Contains authoritative reviews written by experts in the field Explores topics that reflect progress in the field, such as catalyst synthesis, catalyst characterization, catalytic chemistry, reaction engineering, computational chemistry and physics Provides insightful and critical articles that are fully edited to suit various backgrounds

Advances in Catalysis

Raman spectra of catalysts that have been recorded over wide temperature and ... 43 Chapter 2: Structural Characterization of Operating Catalysts by Raman ...

Author: Bruce C. Gates

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780080921808

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 488

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Catalysis is the acceleration of a chemical reaction by a catalyst, a substance that notably affects the rate of a chemical reaction without itself being consumed or altered. Since 1948, Advances in Catalysis has filled the gap between the papers that report on and the textbooks that teach in the diverse areas of catalysis research. The editors of and contributors to Advances in Catalysis are dedicated to recording progress in this area. * Provides a comprehensive review of all aspects of catalytic research * Contains in-depth, critical, state-of-the-art reports

Infrared Spectroscopy

Journal of Catalysis, Vol.43, Nos.1-3, (June 1976), pp. ... as an IR Probe Molecule, In: Advances in Catalysis, B.C. Gates, H. Knözinger, (Ed.), pp.

Author: Theophanides Theophile

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 953510537X

Category: Science

Page: 526

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The present book is a definitive review in the field of Infrared (IR) and Near Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopies, which are powerful, non invasive imaging techniques. This book brings together multidisciplinary chapters written by leading authorities in the area. The book provides a thorough overview of progress in the field of applications of IR and NIR spectroscopy in Materials Science, Engineering and Technology. Through a presentation of diverse applications, this book aims at bridging various disciplines and provides a platform for collaborations among scientists.

Pore Structure of Cement Based Materials

4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 October 1946-April 1947, in Proceedings Vol.43, pp. ... of pore structures from nitrogen adsorption isotherms,” Advances in Catalysis, Vol.

Author: Kalliopi K. Aligizaki

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1482271958

Category: Science

Page: 432

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Pore Structure of Cement-Based Materials provides a thorough treatment of the experimental techniques used to characterize the pore structure of materials. The text presents the principles and practical applications of the techniques used, organized in an easy-to-follow and uncomplicated manner, providing the theoretical background, the way to analyze experimental data, and the factors affecting the results. The book is the single comprehensive source of the techniques most commonly used for pore structure analysis, covering simple techniques like mercury intrusion porosimetry and water absorption, to the more sophisticated small-angle scattering and nuclear magnetic resonance. The book is an essential reference text for researchers, users, and students in materials science, applied physics, and civil engineering, who seek a deep understanding of the principles and limitations of the techniques used for pore structure analysis of cement-based materials.

Carbon Materials for Catalysis

L. Xu, J. Liu, J. Du, Y. Peng, Y. Qian, Carbon 43 (2005) 1560. H.P. Boehm, in D.D. Eley, H. Pines, P.B. Weisz, Eds., Advances in Catalysis, Vol.

Author: Philippe Serp

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470403693

Category: Science

Page: 608

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This is the first comprehensive book covering all aspects of the use of carbonaceous materials in heterogeneous catalysis. It covers the preparation and characterization of carbon supports and carbon-supported catalysts; carbon surface chemistry in catalysis; the description of catalytic, photo-catalytic, or electro-catalytic reactions, including the development of new carbon materials such as carbon xerogels, aerogels, or carbon nanotubes; and new carbon-based materials in catalytic or adsorption processes. This is a premier reference for carbon, inorganic, and physical chemists, materials scientists and engineers, chemical engineers, and others.

Synthetic Liquid Fuels

ANDERSON , R. B. Iron Nitrides as Fischer - Tropsch Catalysts . Advances in Catalysis , vol . ... vol . 43 , No. 11 , 1953 , pp . 1051-1052 . 12.

Author: United States. Bureau of Mines



Category: Coal liquefication

Page: 66

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Developments in Thermochemical Biomass Conversion

29, pp. 43. Leppälahti, Kurkela, E., Simell, P. and Ståhlberg, P. (1993) In Advances in Thermochemical Biomass Conversion, Vol. 1 (ed.

Author: A.V. Bridgwater

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9400915594

Category: Science

Page: 1647

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There have been many developments in the science and technology of thermo chemical biomass conversion since the previous conference on Advances in Thermochemical Biomass Conversion in Interlaken, Switzerland, in 1992. This fourth conference again covers all aspects of thermal biomass conversion systems from fundamental research through applied research and development to demon stration and commercial applications to reflect the progress made in the last four years. All aspects of bioenergy systems are covered from pretreatment through to end-user applications with increased consideration paid to the environmental benefits and problems of implementing bio-energy systems. There was an excellent response with over 200 papers offered and over 180 delegates from 29 countries attending the conference. The programme was divided into five main areas covering pyrolysis, pretreatment, gasification, combustion and system studies and this division is reflected in the structure of these conference proceedings. Each main section was preceded by a state-of-the-art review to provide a focus for the ensuing presentations and an authoritative reference. All the papers included have been subject to a full peer review process. As with any international conference, an important aim was to exchange ideas and discuss problems with fellow researchers, as well as to hear about the latest research and development and applications. A workshop programme was included to encourage this interaction in areas of interest selected by participants. The resul tant workshop reports provide a summary of topical problems and opportunities.

Concepts of Modern Catalysis and Kinetics

... Photoelectron Spectroscopy for Investigation of Heterogeneous Catalytic Processes, in Advances in Catalysis, Vol 52 (eds B.C. Gates, H. Knözinger), pp.

Author: I. Chorkendorff

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 3527691286

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 50

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In the past 12 years since its publication, Concepts of Modern Catalysis and Kinetics has become a standard textbook for graduate students at universities worldwide. Emphasizing fundamentals from thermodynamics, physical chemistry, spectroscopy, solid state chemistry and quantum chemistry, it introduces catalysis from a molecular perspective, and stresses how it is interwoven with the field of reaction kinetics. The authors go on to explain how the world of reacting molecules is connected to the real world of industry, by discussing the various scales (nano - micro - macro) that play a role in catalysis. Reflecting the modern-day focus on energy supplies, this third edition devotes attention to such processes as gas-to-liquids, coal-to-liquids, biomass conversion and hydrogen production. From reviews of the prior editions: 'Overall, this is a valuable book that I will use in teaching undergraduates and postgraduates.' (Angewandte Chemie - I. E.) '...this excellent book is highly recommended to students at technical universities, but also entrants in chemical industry. Furthermore, this informative handbook is also a must for all professionals in the community.' (AFS) 'I am impressed by the coverage of the book and it is a valuable addition to the catalysis literature and I highly recommend purchase' (Energy Sources)


Drawing on the wealth of photochemical research, this volume combines reviews on the latest advances in the field of photochemistry with specific topical highlights relevant to a wide range of academic and commercial disciplines.

Author: Elisa Fasani

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 1782621253



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Relationship of Metal Surfaces to Heat aging Properties of Adhesive Bonds

Ind . and Eng . Chem . , vol . 41 , no . 7 , July 1949 , pp . 1385-1391 . 4. ... Ind . and Eng . Chem . , vol . 43 , no . ... Advances in Catalysis , vol .

Author: J. M. Black



Category: Adhesives

Page: 30

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A study was made to determine the probable causes of deterioration of each of several adhesives in bonds to stainless steel at temperatures from 400 to 550 degrees F. Prellminary studies of aluminum surfaces on which ions of metals used in staLnless steel were introduced showed that iron was probably catalyzing a thermal deterioration of the adhesive. The resistance of FPL-878 adhesive to thermal deterioration at 550 degrees F on steel was improved signiffcantly by treating the steel surface to be bonded with either zinc or cerium naphthenate and firing at 1,200 degrees F. The addition of manganese dioxide to the adhesive also increased its resistance to thermal deterioration. A study of the thermal-aging properties of five different chemical types of adhesives on stainless steel and alumina revealed that a phenol-nitrile rubber adhesive was superior to a phenol-epoxy adhesive on steel, but this order was reversed on alumina. These and other observations indicated probable specific relationships among the chemical structure of the adhesive, the metal adherend, and the resultant thermal stability of bonds after aging at high temperatures.

Applications of Analytical Techniques to the Characterization of Materials

Rhodin , T.N. , Jr , “ Surface Studies with the Vacuum Microbalance : Instumentation and Low - Temperature Applications , ” Advances in Catalysis , Vol .

Author: D.L. Perry

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780306441899

Category: Science

Page: 192

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Over the last several years, the field of materials science has witnessed an explosion of new, advanced materials. They encompass many uses and include superconductors, alloys, glasses, and catalysts. Not only are there quite a number of new enhies into these generic classes of materials, but the materials themselves represent a wide array of physical forms as well. Bulk materials, for example, are being synthesized and applica tions found for them, while still other materials are being synthesized as thin films for yet still more new (and in some cases, as yet unknown) applications. The field continues to expand with (thankfully!) no end in sight as to the number of new possibilities. As work progresses in this area, there is an ever increasing demand for knowing not only what material is formed as an end product but also details of the route by which it is made. The knowledge of reaction mechanisms in their synthesis many times allows a researcher to tailor a preparative scheme to either arrive at the final product in a purer state or with a better yield. Also, a good fundamental experimental knowledge of impuri ties present in the final material helps the investigator get more insight into making it.

Hydrogen Effects in Catalysis

43. ) V. CONCLUSIONS The results given above demonstrate that hydrogen chemisorbed on ... R. J. Kokes and A. L. Dent , in Advances in Catalysis , Vol .

Author: Zoltan Paal

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1000146979

Category: Science

Page: 784

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This book covers hydrogen effects in catalysis in the broadest sense, from surface science to industrial applications. It draws the attention of the catalysis community to the importance of the phenomena of hydrogen effects both in the science and technology of catalysis.

Principles of Catalyst Development

H. M. Hulburt, The Nature of Catalytic Surfaces, Catalysis, Vol. ... Site Distribution, Catalytic Activity and Selectivity, Advances in Catalysis, Vol.

Author: James T. Richardson

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1489937250

Category: Science

Page: 288

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Successful industrial heterogeneous catalysts fulfill several key require ments: in addition to high catalytic activity for the desired reaction, with high selectivity where appropriate, they also have an acceptable commercial life and are rugged enough for transportation and charging into plant reactors. Additional requirements include the need to come online smoothly in a short time and reproducible manufacturing procedures that involve convenient processes at acceptable cost. The development of heterogeneous catalysts that meet these (often mutually exclusive) demands is far from straightforward, and in addition much of the actual manufacturing tech nology is kept secret for commercial reasons-thus there is no modern text that deals with the whole of this important subject. Principles of Catalyst Development, which deals comprehensively with the design, development, and manufacture of practical heterogeneous catalysts, is therefore especially valuable in meeting the long-standing needs of both industrialists and academics. As one who has worked extensively on a variety of catalyst development problems in both industry and academia, James T. Richardson is well placed to write an authoritative book covering both the theory and the practice of catalyst development. Much of the material contained in this book had its origin in a series of widely acclaimed lectures, attended mainly by industrial researchers, given over many years in the United States and Europe. All those in industry who work with catalysts, both beginners and those of considerable experience, should find this volume an essential guide.